Israeli Security R&D Is Already Probing Biometric Solutions - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi
    • 08.01.10 | 12:18 (IST)

    Israeli security personnel are not mind readers but they are exploring people's physiological makeup and reactions and are peering into their brain activity with hardware and software technologies to necessarily help them become more so. The electrical-chemical activity within an approaching homicide bomber's dysfunctional dendrites bent on killing innocents will invariably resound throughout his brain and central nervous system and reflect in the motor control of his body. Much R&D has to be done in this controversial area but Israel will explore and extract viable solutions that will be implemented at home and marketed to friendly nations abroad. This will somewhat ease the stigma of having to conduct racial profiling as everyone gets screened in a somewhat innocuous manner as they approach sensitive areas that terrorists have exploited in the past.

    from the article: In Israel, racial profiling doesn't warrant debate, or apologies
    First published 02:08 08.01.10 | Last updated 12:35 08.01.10
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